Automotive electrical systems taxed by technologies for meeting tightening global fuel-economy and carbon-dioxide emissions regulations soon will be clamoring for more power, and the answer appears to be shifting from traditional 12V technology to 48V systems capable of handling the higher loads.
Wards Intelligence explores the implications of a shift to 48V in a special report written for automakers and suppliers to be affected by the changeover.
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